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2014 AMAS highlights

Ailyn Rivera, Staff Writer So the American Music Awards happened last night, and so much went down from incredible performances to celebrities doing what they do best by making us cry from how much we love them. When it comes to fan-voted awards, I pay little to no attention to who wins because most of […]

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Which superhero are you?

Barakah Quader and Kayla Camacho, Staff Writers This is the the first ever quiz on The Red Hot Read. Get out a pencil and paper and record your answers along the way! 1. How often do you exercise? a) I don’t have time to formally exercise b) Every day c) My work requires exercising d) […]

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24 thoughts people have before finals

By Barakah Quader and Kayla Camacho, Staff Writers  Finals are right around the corner so start getting ready to cram, cry, and go crazy. So while you’re busy not studying, find out what you’re going to be thinking and doing for the next few weeks. 1. Finals are not real 2. I still have plenty […]

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5 myths about senior spring

* This article is originally from 2012, and was written by Hadley Williams * Myth #1: You don’t have to do any work. While the majority of Class VIII drops a class, the workload decreases minimally. The addition of Hemenway and ILE homework makes up for the dropped class. Myth #2: Senior Spring starts after January […]

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A fantastic “Proof”

By Ananya M-D, Staff Writer Last week, the Winsor community was treated to the Winsor production of David Auburn’s “Proof”. The play was originally written in 2000, and went on to win a Pulitzer Prize, a Tony Award, and be made into a blockbuster film in 2005. The Winsor version was condensed down into 40 […]

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A night to remember: the best moments from the 2014 Oscars

By Taylor Lynn-Jones, Staff Writer If you have not yet watched the 2014 Academy Awards, SPOILER ALERT! So, as someone who, ahem, did not neglect her homework to watch the Oscars on Sunday night, I’d like to applaud the achievements of the winners and nominees, focusing on a few choice moments from the six-and-a-half hour […]

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How to survive valentine’s day single

By Katherine Gross, Staff Writer Happy Valentine’s Day, all! Many happy couples look forward to exchanging sappy candy-grams, shiny boxes of chocolate truffles, or perhaps savoring a romantic candlelit dinner. But what about those of us (myself included) who haven’t found that special someone yet? Just because you are single doesn’t mean you have to […]

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“Love You Like a Love Song” read by Winsor teachers

In honor of the holiday of love, here is a Red Hot Read original video of Winsor teachers reading the lyrics to Selena Gomez’s “Love You Like A Love Song”. We hope you enjoy, happy valentine’s day! NOTE: For privacy issues, this is an unlisted and private YouTube video accessible only by link, so please do […]

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Attractive people

By Barakah Quader, Staff Writer Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and many of us do not have anything to look forward to except stuffing our face with chocolate from heart shaped boxes as we watch people whom we considered to be our friends prance off with their SO into the sunset. But you know what? […]

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Bruno versus Beyoncé

By Maya Jay, Staff Writer In preparation for Superbowl XLVIII, the entertainment world buzzed with one, single question: “How will Bruno Mars live up to Beyonce’s 2013 halftime performance?” After Beyonce’s showstopping performance at the Pepsi™ Halftime Show last year, many wondered how anyone else could follow such an act. Thus, the world seemed a […]

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